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Cadwell is now a 2 day Meeting? Following the cancellation of the Cadwell event scheduled for 10th April by the BRSCC there were limited alternative available dates to move the meeting and following feedback upon the release of the original calendar Motorsport UK took the opportunity to move to a 2 day format which was […]
Motorsport UK are saddened by the loss of our dear friend John Osborne – a well respected member of the Superkarting family. This tribute was put together by Ken Walker. John Osborne’s motorsport career spanned just short of 50 years. He never raced, but took on numerous non-racing duties from the early 1970s. Beginning with […]
Following the decision taken by the BRSCC to postpone their meeting scheduled on 10/11 April at Cadwell Park and Snetterton, the opening round of the 2021 British Superkart Championship will be postponed. Motorsport UK are pleased to confirm a revised date has been secured at Cadwell Park on 28/29 August. All entries for 10 April […]
Why are most of the championship rounds and the Grand Prix single day events? In a bid to keep costs to a minimum for participants, the decision was taken to run single day events with the exception of Anglesey. 2020 has been a challenging year and under the current conditions it seemed right to reduce […]
Motorsport UK, recently announced as the promoter of the British Superkart Championship, has today (18 November) published the new calendar for the 2021 season. For 2021, a three-round championship will visit iconic circuits across the country, with the season leading to the Blue Riband British Superkart Grand Prix at Donington Park in September. Throughout the […]
Motorsport UK has concluded the tender it launched on 7 September in relation to the promotion and organisation of the British Superkart Championship and the British Superkart Grand Prix. Following a detailed review of the category it has been decided that the governing body will take on the organisation of the Championship and Grand Prix […]
Some of the fastest racing on four wheels. Join the high-speed, edge of the seat racing this season
Long circuit karting is one of the most spectacular disciplines in the world of motorsport. The rapid gearbox karts can touch speeds of up to 150 mph, as drivers sit just inches off the ground. Along with blisteringly fast machines, famous names helped to grow the sport in the eighties and nineties, with the likes of Martin Hines, Tim Parrot and Trevor Roberts all dominating at world championship level.
From 2021, Motorsport UK, the governing body for UK motorsport will take on the organisation and promotion of the British Superkart Championship. One of the fastest championships in Britain, the series will visit some of the most famous and breath-taking circuits in the country, before the iconic Grand Prix at Donington Park at the end of the season.
Register for the series today and join one of Motorsport UK’s most exciting championships.